Register for “Shooting the Ensemble” this Interterm

November 28, 2011 by | News

The scripts are written and now it’s time to film! Last chance to register for the interterm course FTV 363/573 – SHOOTING THE ENSEMBLE DRAMA/COMEDY. Narrative Television will be making two pilots this Interterm and are in need of directors, producers, cinematographers, editors, production Designers, sound designers, costume designers, properties master, script supervisor, sound recordist,


SikhLens eyes Punjabi arts, films at festival

November 27, 2011 by | News

ORANGE: For an entire weekend, Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts hosted the SikhLens' Sikh Arts and Film Festival for a second consecutive year from Nov. 18-20, celebrating the best and brightest in Sikh cinematic and artistic culture. The three-day cinematic showcase featured emerging artists and musicians, a gamut of films touching


Admissions Season Has Begun!

November 18, 2011 by | Admissions

I wanted to check in with all of you that applied Early Action. If you did, then first of all, congrats for the completing the application! I know that must be a great feelingJ We have started the reviewing process here, and I am definitely excited with what I have been seeing!   We have


Veteran TV Director Visits Prime Time TV Club

November 17, 2011 by | TV Writing / Production

Tuesday night Bethany Rooney, one of the busiest directors in television, shared the story of how she started out as a secretary and worked her way up to become the director of nearly 200 episodes of one-hour television. She went to college in Ohio, but someone a year or two ahead of her had landed


Students Using Social Media Get Hired More

November 17, 2011 by | Uncategorized

Reporting on a recent national survey by social media analytics firm Jobvine, Read Write Web today highlighted some very interesting facts for new and current job seekers. New data suggest that More than 15% of job seekers get hired through social networks.  Take a moment to reflect on that – that's 1 in 6 people! 


Bong Joon-ho Gives Lecture at Chapman University

November 16, 2011 by | News

The festival screens a selection of films featured at the Busan International Film Festival that are likely to interest an American audience. Last year, directors Park Chan-wook and Kim Jee-woon were invited. "Until now, I have focused on films that excite me rather than commercial pictures," Bong told some 150 students. "That's the reason why


Oscar makes room as toon field blooms

November 14, 2011 by | News

The animated feature category is now a decade old, and in that time, the category has served up three nominees in all but two of its previous 10 years, when the number of eligible submissions was great enough to expand the ballot to five slots. Last year nearly made the cut, until CG/live-action hybrid "Yogi

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